The GrillTimer is a watch specifically designed to help grillers get the most out of their BBQ sessions. The watch was designed by Michigan-based outdoor cooking enthusiast Jon Stein. For the longest time, Stain used a dive watch to help time the barbecuing of foods, before realizing that it might be worth inventing a watch for that specific purpose.
This watch has a bezel-style timer as is common in old-school dive watches; however it also displays cooking times for eight barbecue items. To use, simply twist the bezel so that the watch's minute hand lines up with the start of the cooking time of the specific food you're cooking. Over time, the bezel display lets you know when you should flip the item and how well cooked it is. While individual grill temperatures and meat cuts mean this isn't an exact science, the GrillTimer makes for a handy guide.
Given that watches have long been functional for more than just telling you the time, it makes good sense to create one that helps you improve the results of your BBQ attempts.
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